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The first Pierian recital will be given tomorrow evening.

Tomorrow is the last day of signing for the retention of tennis courts.

The Hopkins Grammar School nine defeated the Yale freshman recently, 12 to 9.

The Alpha Delta Phi fraternity meets in convention at Cleveland the 16th and 17th insts.

The Unions defeated the university crew in a scratch race Saturday by about two boat lengths.

Pierian rehearsal tonight. As the concert is so near all members are requested to come promptly.

Dr. Henry N. Hudson "of Harvard," we learn from the Chronicle, has been lecturing at Ann Arbor on Shakespeare.

Members of the H. P. C. wishing to sing in the chorus in the next theatricals will please come to 14 Holworthy today at 4 o'clock.

O. J. Lowman should have been printed as the 7th man in the 7th nine of the H. P. C. in Saturday's HERALD, instead of O. J. Lawrence.

The race between the Unions and the university crew, which was to occur next Thursday after the class races, has been given up.

C. J. Reuter, '83, has been appointed to represent Harvard on the executive council of the National Amateur Lacrosse Association.

Writers of commencement parts will come to Sever 3 tomorrow at 2.30 P. M. to recite their essays and to make arrangements for sending them before the committee in Sanders Theatre May 17.

The examinations for honors in classics today includes the translation at sight of passages from Latin authors, at 9 o'clock and the translation of passages from specified Greek and Latin authors, for candidates for second-year honors, and the general paper, for candidates for final honors at 2 o'clock.

Princeton has twenty men now training under the care of Jim Robinson daily, from which number they will probably have seven men for the inter-collegiate games, besides the tug-of-war-team.

F. W. Putnam, curator of the Peabody Museum, will deliver a lecture in Sever 11 this evening at 7.30 under the auspices of the Harvard Historical Society on "Recent Discoveries in American Archaeology." The lecture will be illustrated by stereopticon views.

The Union and Harvard teams will probably play a match game at lacrosse on the Boston base ball grounds next Wednesday, and the second twelve of the Union and the Harvard freshman twelve are to play a match on the same grounds shortly.

The Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity publish a quarterly, of which the second number has appeared. It is nearly forty years since the society began in Yale in a revolt against the too great exclusiveness of the older societies; and it shows no sign of decay. - [Ex.

The D. K. E. Quarterly has the following in regard to "ye olden time" : "The spring of 1844 seems a queer old time, as I recall it now. Yale was to us the great seat of learning of the world. Rivalry with Harvard had not been thought of, and in fact we knew too little and heard too rarely of the Cambridge school, to take even a languid interest in its welfare."

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